I recently received an offer from one of my favorite GMAT websites, Beat the GMAT, to review their practice question set. BTG offers a huge set of more than 700 practice questions that you can buy access to from its website. Click on the link below for more detail.
Just for full disclosure, I received access to these questions for free and they represent a $99 value. So yes, it was a blogger freebie. I was asked by the administrators there to give an honest review and I will do so, listing out both the pros and cons of the service.
I haven’t started using the Practice Questions in depth as I’ve been busy completing my Manhattan GMAT course. However, once my course finishes in 2 weeks or so, these will definitely be a huge asset to continue my practice after I run out of MGMAT content.
My initial impressions are really positive. The questions are laid out better than I’ve seen at any other website, with indicators for timing, difficulty, and even a video explanation for each problem. But I won’t be so quick to make my final judgment. Look for a detailed review from me in a couple of weeks.